ReyLight pineapple mini (Ti-copper-brass) Nichia 519A

(8 customer reviews)

$41.50$57.50

If you choose the “w/new tail” option, a new tail will be included in the package.  Customer shall install it.

  1. untwist the old tailcap.
  2. take out the rubber and button.
  3. install the rubber and button into new tail.
  4. twist it into tail.

Nichia 519A 4000K LED.

Using single AAA battery, max 90 lumens, or 10440 Li-ion battery, max 240 lumens.     Flat top, UNPROTECTED 10440 battery suggested.  Some button top could also work, but some brands make the button to long, might cause a problem.

Light comes with a rechargeable Li-ion 10440 battery.

There is one tritium slot at the tail switch, 1.5*6mm size.  Click here to add the tritium.   (I don’t know when trits will be back in stock.)

 

Size: 89mm length (including the switch button)   diameter: 15mm

Copper: 52 grams
Ti: 32grams

 

The driver has: Battery reverse protection.  High temperature protection. Low voltage protection.

Reverse clicky switch. Full click to turn on or off, half click (tap) to cycle modes.

Thanks Kevin Manley for the more detailed manual.

Reylight Mini Pineapple Programming Guide

 

1. (Full click to) Turn on the light.

2. Half click the button 8+ times. The light will now blink once, then strobe, blink twice, then strobe, blink three times, then strobe…After 5 blinks and a strobe, the sequence repeats.

a. 1 blink: mode group selection. Half click the button to enter this menu.

i. 1 blink: (ML)-2%-20%-100%

ii. 2nd blink: (ML)-10%-40%-100%

iii. 3rd blink: (ML)-2%-10%-50%

iv. 4th blink: (ML)-50%-100%-strobe-SOS

It then repeats. Half click the button during any blink to select that mode group.

b. 2 blinks: mode memory on-off toggle (default off). Half click the button during the two blinks or during the strobe after to turn mode memory on. Repeat to turn mode memory off.

c. 3 blinks: moonlight mode off-on toggle (default on). Half click the button during the three blinks or during the strobe after to turn moonlight off. Repeat to turn moonlight on.

d. 4 blinks: mode order toggle (default LMH). Half click the button during the four blinks or during the strobe after to change the mode order from Low Medium High to High Medium Low. Repeat to reverse the order.

e. 5 blinks: factory reset. Half click the button during the five blinks or during the strobe after to reset the light to factory settings.

Shorcut: quick double tap to turbo.

Choose an option

BRASS, COPPER, Ti STONEWASH, Ti RAW, Ti STONEWASH w/new tail, Ti RAW w/new tail, Stonewash-smooth body, Stonewash-Ribbed body, Ti Raw-smooth body

8 reviews for ReyLight pineapple mini (Ti-copper-brass) Nichia 519A

  1. Ben (verified owner)

    I’ve been surprised by how often I grab this light for use around the house, and it’s replaced both my copper pineapple and another custom light for this purpose. I find the color temperature and CRI to be very pleasing to my eyes, although less warm than I am used to, as I’ve become accustomed to the 4K Nichia 219C. Light output and mode spacing with either a lithium 10440 or NiMH is great for household activities – from bathroom runs, “left my phone downstairs again” runs, to getting the mail in the late evening and finding where the dogs are in the yard. The reason the light has become my go-to pocket light for the house is because the combination of the comfortably petite dimensions and the heavier weight of copper is perfect: small, but heavy enough to know which pocket it’s in, nicely balanced, easy to hold with the fingertips, and the clicky top makes it easy to turn on/off and change output modes. The knurling on it is also ideal. Like the original mini pineapple, the knurling is not sharp, but what I would call “crisp”. It certainly won’t hurt your fingers or clothing, but provides just a touch more tactile feedback and security when holding it with fingertips. All in all, a great flashlight, both practical and aesthetically pleasing.

  2. Mike (verified owner)

    Picked up one of these for edc it’s an awesome light. Perfect size, a ton of different modes to choose from. Really hoping they make this in titanium as well. If so I will be purchasing another!

  3. Greg (verified owner)

    This thing is awesome! I almost didn’t want to take it out of the vacuum seal bag because the shiny copper is just so pretty to look at. But doing so is so worth it. The flashlight feels very nice in the hands and has a good weight to it especially considering it’s smaller size. The Nichia 219B LED it has is just so beautiful to look at. I can’t wait for a titanium version!

  4. Justin (verified owner)

    I’ve had the light for over a month now and its honestly the best light I own. I have many lights from USB rechargeable to 18650 and this light blows them all away. Just the size to weight ratio is perfect. Build quality is awesome. Patina’s beautifully. I love the UI of the light. The Nichia 219B has a nice warm beam. This is possibly the best EDC light out for the money!

  5. Zed

    I’ve got the copper mini pineapple and it’s my go to flashlight , perfect for my job as a HCA to use to check on patients, the modes are all useful as well for me , defantly be after the Ti one soon .

  6. Joseph

    I’ve recently started swapping all my EDC over to brass, so my wife got this for me and it’s the best Christmas toy I’ve ever received! I’ve read the UI instructions for ReyLights but never quite grasped it, but trying it once it’s in your hand just makes sense. I chose the mode with strobe/SOS and tested out some beam shots tonight when I took the dumpster to the end of the driveway and had a blast! Ben above me described the knurling as “crisp” and I can attest to that, it’s not sharp but you know it’s there and it feels good. This one was a gift but I’m coming back for this guy’s bigger brother!

  7. William (verified owner)

    This flashlight is hands down the best AAA flashlight. None other come close. I have 4 different models of the pineapple 🍍🔦 mini. The Nichia 219B sw45k LED was the best LED on the market at the time. Reylight is switching to the Nichia 519A sw45k soon. I can go on and on and on about this flashlight, but know for $51 no other light comes close. This is the only AAA flashlight you want to have. Nothing comes close in this price range. Similar quality AAA flashlights run $350-$500+. $350 if you get lucky. And still this flashlight is better, it looks better, it feels better and you can always ad tritium which helps me find it at night. Reylight is a Class Act. Everything he makes is a %100 high grade. This man doesn’t play games.

  8. Darren

    Amazing AAA flashlight – I use it all the time around the house and the best thing is that it fits perfectly when clipped to my shirt pocket. My Opple Lightmaster Pro confirms high CRI (95+). The light is made with premium quality materials and workmanship. Reccomended!

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